Addressing PFAS Concerns, Military Engineer, No. 725

As concern from the presence of polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, rises, actions are being taken to address the chemicals on military installations. While specific actions vary according to circumstances at each location, the military is acting to address affected drinking water through a number of programs. This article published in The Military Engineer, No. 725 summarizes the initiatives and progress made to mitigate contaminated groundwater or drinking water.

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